I tell you the absolute truth. I AM, the Lord your God, Jesus Christ.
I cannot lie to you no matter what I do it is impossible for me to deceive you. This is the only thing I cannot ever do. Do you have eyes to see and ears to hear then believe my words for they are clear and TRUE.
My Father has sent me because he loves you. If you believe my Father has sent me to you then you will live for ever and that is clear and true, a reward that lasts and never ends too.
There is no condemnation against you only the Fathers love that is poured out on you and you know what - because you believed and followed me then my righteous blood will always cover you.
There are 25 occurrences in the gospel of John, from the lips of Jesus saying
"Truly, Truly, I say to you,"
Jesus was stressing the importance of this phrase.
Original Word: ἀμήν
Part of Speech: Hebrew Form (Indclinable)
Phonetic Spelling: (am-ane')
Short Definition: verily, truly, amen, so let it be
Definition: verily, truly, amen; at the end of sentences
may be paraphrased by: So let it be.
Of Hebrew origin ('amen); properly,
firm, i.e. (figuratively) trustworthy;
adverbially, surely (often as interjection,
so be it) -- amen, verily.
Greek, Ἀμὴν ἀμὴν
English, Truly truly
Greek Study Bible (Apostolic / Interlinear)
Jesus Christ, I AM (YESHUA)
Made it absolutely clear. He was telling the absolute truth.